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C&E Quiz 1 (CH 1&5)

Covers Sections 1-1, 1-2, 5-1, & 5-2

the study of the rights and duties of citizens Civics
community member who owes loyalty to the government and is entitled to protection from it Citizen
"out of many one"; found on the back of coins E Plurbius Unum
theory that society is best served when people abandon their cultural differences and are assimilated into society Melting Pot
theory that society benefits most when people kep their cultural identities-multicultralism Tossed Salad
a legal process to obtain citizenship Naturalization
a non citzen Alien
a person who moves permanently to a new country Immigrant
to send an alien or immigrant back to his or her own country Deport
an obligation we fulfill voluntarily Responsibility
things that we are required to do Duties
call up for military service Draft
complex systems with many departments, many rules, and many people in the chain of command Bureaucracy
practice of offering time and services without payment Volunteerism
respecting and accepting others, regardless of their beliefs, practices, or differences Tolerance
Created by: tsparks